Dmitry Wild is a pen name for an immigrant from Russia. When he was in early teens his parents stood up for Democracy against the government tanks back in the early 90’s but realizing inevitable doomed future of the land, they left the country to seek brighter pastures, and headed to the dream land of all immigrants. He immigrated with his family and his sister to New York and they settled in Queens. He was drawn to reading since he was a little boy, but only later on he started traversing through the world famous writers such as Jack London, Haruki Murakami, Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac, Rumi, William Blake, Charles Baudelaire. They all influenced his desire to seek writing as a form of self-expression.
Dmitry Wild’s poetry is primarily free verse, a flow of consciousness. His images flow one out of another, they bow to his pen offering a plethora of meanings that are intertwined with semiology. His poetry is overly abundant with such topics as search for spirit, purpose on planet earth, art, love, music, sex and of course the other side. Up to date he has been published in Duke Magazine and was included in the UK Annual Poetry Almanac of 2013. He has self-published his first Book of Short Stories and Poetry called Rebel Eyes and have been reading his poetry at different Poetry events all over New York and abroad.
Lately he collaborated with producer Nnamesor to release a full length album of verse and some song form over electronic compositions.